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1. Donald Davidson, in expounding on the.
2. And so, even with unlimited expounding of expla-.
3. This is the type of expounding of God’s Word that.
4. Almost impassive, she submitted to his argument and expounding.
5. At first, this book demystifies these beliefs by expounding their.
6. In this chapter, as we have seen, by expounding the merits of.
7. The texts were there still, and so was his own facility in expounding them.

8. Sitting in the center was our Son Jesus, expounding on a point of the Talmud.
9. He felt the need to move among his people patting everyone on the back and expounding on how bravely they had behaved.
10. And without letting Levin finish explaining his idea, Metrov began expounding to him the special point of his own theory.
11. For it was not often that He didn’t sit, or stand, teaching and expounding the things of God, and being young and dumb, I understood little.
12. And thus he went on, expounding his opinions generally and his personal likings, until Justin came to fetch him for a mulled egg that was wanted.
13. He dreamed that he was sitting in his open court with a few murids, as they do on Fridays, and Emin Bey was, as usual, expounding on the Qur’an.
14. The next morning, our small group did what we always do, and that was going from house to house expounding on the Word of God as He gave us privilege to hear.
15. It was at another public forum that the outspoken Legislative Councillor was expounding on the need for a directly elected representative government, starting in 1988.
16. Probably only a small percentage of our enterprising investors are likely to engage in it, and this book is not the appropriate medium for expounding its complications.
17. Gentlemen, nothing is further from my intention than to trifle with you and waste your precious time with idle paradoxes; but I cannot avoid expounding my idea briefly.
18. Yet, it is true that no story about how my life changed from holistic rags to holistic riches would be complete without expounding on the role the Lover played in my life.
19. Is there not some special and terrible intention in our Lord's so frequent references to the 'fire of Gehenna,’ which ought to render men at least cautious in expounding them.
20. For he too was an ambassador of Christ, and spends many of his days expounding to many on the Word of God, for God has wrought many wonderful works and miracles through his hands.
21. And Lucy, expounding and defending Wemyss in the middle of the room with all the blaze and emotion of what was only too evidently genuine love, was to her aunt an astonishing sight.
22. Oh, I foresaw how trivial all objections would be, and that I should be as trivial myself in expounding my " idea " : why, what have I said after all 1 I haven't told a hundredth part of it.
23. They are also so opposite to what many have believed that it’s possible it would be too much for some if I shared the true answers to these questions right now, without expounding more on what it means.
24. Now it seems to me that with that state of things one of two positions must be accepted: either that Christianity is a failure or, that those who profess to expound Christianity have failed in expounding it properly.
25. Now it seems to me that with that state of things one of two positions must be accepted,—either that Christianity is a failure, or that those who profess to expound Christianity have failed in expounding it properly.
26. I can see her now expounding her rebellious theories, sitting limply--for she was long and thin--in a low chair, but with nothing limp about her flower-like face and eyes shining with interest in what she was talking about.
27. Herr Dremmel read on and on, expounding the innocent Christmas story, describing its white accessories of flocks and angels and virgins and stars with the thunderous vehemence near scolding that had become a habit with him when he preached.
28. And as he knew absolutely nothing of the doctrine of com-mimism, and heard the word indeed for the first time, I began at once expounding to him all I knew on the subject, I must confess my knowledge waa scanty and confused, even now, in fact, it is not very ample.
29. But, sir, I would not condescend to make the observation here, had he not, after heaping upon us, during the whole of his administration, every injury and insult in his power, at the close of it placed us in a ludicrous situation by imposing on us an obligation, in a grave and serious concern to the nation, of expounding his equivoques, and unriddling his riddles.
30. If, sir, the construction which I have taken of the sense of the House and of the Government be not correct, whence comes it that we have such cases before us as that of Daniel Buck? Whence comes it that we hear of Treasury instructions, not issued in the first instance for the purpose of expounding a law touching the clearances of vessels, that uniformity may prevail in the different districts, but supplementary instructions, becoming in practice the actual law of the land? In other words, if my construction be not correct, whence comes it that every principle formerly called federal—every principle of Executive energy and power—has been strained of late to an extent heretofore unparalleled? Whence comes it, that in the archives of this Assembly, we find copies of licenses given by the Executive power of the nation—to do what? To permit one part of this confederacy to supply another part with bread! We have had Executive licenses, graciously permitting that a portion of our citizens should not starve while the rest were revelling in plenty, and suffering for want of a market! Let us suppose, that in the fragments of history of the ancient nations of the earth, of those periods which are most involved in obscurity, we should find an Imperial rescript to this effect, what would be the inevitable conclusion of the historian? That, if the Chief Magistrate of the Government could at pleasure starve one part of the people while another was rioting in plenty, that the individual who held this power was the greatest despot on earth, and the Government a purely unmixed despotism.

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